What do you do on a hot summer day in France…Shibori of course! My friend Tara convinced me to try this Japanese dyeing technique with her. We’re hooked! We did some onesies, various sheets cut for pillow cases, a summer kimono-like wrap and a picnic blanket. I won’t bore you with the details of how … Continue reading
I recently hosted a baby shower for a friend and made her a set of these cards to send out to everyone after the shower.
After coming off of our summer vacation and eating 24/7 I’ve decided to do a little detox. Here’s today’s lunch for me and for my 10 month old. Mine: carrots (raw), avocado, chickpeas, beets, hummus and lentils with a Dijon vinaigrette. Hers: carrots (cooked), avocado, beets, hummus, and a small piece of ham. A banana … Continue reading
When I was planning my daughter’s room I knew I wanted to add a few things that I made myself, but since I really didn’t have the patience during my pregnancy to make something big like a blanket I decided to craft a few smaller items. One of those is the embroidered heart featured above, … Continue reading
We welcomed our baby girl into the world just a little over a month ago and this is how we announced it. We wanted it to be something different and out of the ordinary in terms of your average baby announcement. So, after seeing the idea here I had my talented friend Charlie get to work creating … Continue reading
My French husband laughs at calling these macaroons, after all the French are pretty particular about their meringue macarons. However, my Jewish heritage had me eating these coconut confections during Passover, but today I whipped up a batch as a sweet treat for my husband who adores coconut. The recipe is easy and the outcome is … Continue reading
When I first learned I was pregnant I knew I wanted to document my pregnancy in the form of a journal, which I thought would make a nice gift to my daughter when she got pregnant. So, I found the journal my sister-in-law gave me a few birthday’s ago that I had tucked away and … Continue reading